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. i appreciate a schedule change. thanks everyone. >> thank you. could you give us the hotline number again? and then we have councilmember -- followed by councilmember james. >> sure. the number again, 415-593-1670. i can also add an e-mail address - 593-1670. e-mail address: movesmartsf@sfcta.org movesmartsf@sfcta.org you can certainly contact - we have a team working on the project. will be manning the phone lines and e-mail address. >> cochair james? >> was there any incentive to take on this by the project. >> that is an excellent question. there is a civic incentive, we are trying to gather feedback and get input on how we should prioritize needs. personal incentive, we are raffling off three $50 clipper cards. i apologize for not mentioning that earlier. >> that is a wonderful idea. we need to promote that more. maybe more people would be more active in trying to solve the budget problems. >> we have been going out to street fairs and things; i neglected to mention that today. >> thank you. do we have any further comments or questions from the council? do we have any pub
the school's closure hotline later this afternoon. that number we have here up on your screen: (415)721-4751. now, in that letter the principal says he is hopeful that school can reopen by tuesday again but they are going to have to assess the damage from the weekend storm today. live in fairfax, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >>> it's not just the heavy rain. powerful winds also caused some problems. this broken power pole in san francisco's sunset district left 8500 people without electricity. it was just one of several incidents where trees or power poles brought down electrical lines. several cities are still without power. more than 650 in the north bay, more than 600 in the east bay and around 600 in the south bay. sonoma county has the largest outage with 3,000 still in the dark. >>> three firefighters are recovering after a major crash. the accident happened on highway 24 in orinda during yesterday morning's storm. the firefighters were helping victims of another crash when an suv clipped their truck and slammed into them. they are all in stable condition. >>> rain opened a large pot
the poison is where it should be. and they set up a telephone hotline so that seniors in trouble could talk to someone at any hour. >> translator: i live here alone. the officials occasionally pop in to say hi. i feel like they're my daughters and sons. >> reporter: officials say they have to make frequent vits to build up trust and spot signs of trouble. they say they haven't seen any suicides since they started the program. they know more people need help. but they have a limited budget and few staff. >> translator: people who are less well off tend to have health issues or look sad. i worry that no matter how hard we try, the suicide could happen. >> reporter: he says he and his colleagues know that there's a problem as soon as they step in the door. the people he sees aren't asking for much. just a little dignity near the end of their lives. >>> college students have a rare chance to learn japanese theater in malaysia. 20 students were invited on stage. they were shown how actors move and holding their neck stiff. the students mimicked his movements and exaggerated laughter. they follow
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, zyron, join us a little bit later. we will talk to reporters from politico, from the hotline and from huffington post most of which will be intude studio with us and john boehner, is it finally time for john boehner to get out of the way so we can get something done in washington? yes. but first: >> on this monday other headlines making news, president obama and the first lady attended the kennedy center honors, the 35th annual tribute to honor dustin hoffman, led zeppelin's zimmy page and john paul jones. makarova. >> eclectic list. >> for contributions. at a time will air on cbs the day after christmas. >> bill: it was a big name today for president obama yesterday. so he had the kennedy honors. during the day, he went to saint andrews and played golf with bill clinton and terri mccall mccalliffe. peters that was a little bit more of a high-profile sunday than i had. >> bill: al good return. >> ron kirk, the u.s. trade ambassador. >> bill: a frequent golf partner with the president. >> we are learning more about what mitt romney has been up
officials need today to cleanup and arrange for temporary classrooms. the school hotline will have a message this afternoon on whether classes can resume tomorrow. >> viewers continue to send storm pictures this shows a mudslide on highway 84, that road was cleared last night. this photo shows the ashby tunnel in berkeley flooded over with drain water. if you've taken any good weather photos, we would like to see them, e-mail them to us. >>> with more rain expected this week, stay with abc7 news for continuing storm watch coverage. you can track the systems any time with live doppler at abc7news.com. >>> 4:36. in two hours the u.s. supreme court may reveal whether it willway in on same-sex marriage. -- whether it willway in on same-sex marriage. if the court reviews prop 8 the( ruling will come in june if the justices refuse to hear the --. [ unintelligible ] >>> a san francisco elementary school reopens today after being scrubbed down to control a viral outbreak over the weekend after 150 students and faculty stayed home friday due to an outbreak of gastroenteritis. the lunch room was up to
probation on cases involving domestic violence. 47% increase in the crisis hotlines that we're receiving, whether they're nonprofits or coming through directly with the da or commission on the status of women, compared to last year of 47% increase. in child support cases, over 200% increases in those cases, they're reporting increases in some form of family violence associated with the child support cases. so, these are very sobering challenges that we have as a city and county of san francisco. and, so, it is within this context that the d.a. and the commission on the status of women went to and proceeded to get a grant application with our department of justice. and i will first and foremost thank president obama and the department of justice for recognizing a big gap that we have, a gap that is reflective of our multi-culturalism. and, therefore, this specific $650,000 grant is really to fulfill a huge gap that we had when we are looking at immigrant families. we're looking at particularly latino and asian families, but immigrant families who, for many years, we knew that we were not
or question, just call our hotline, 1-888-5- helps-u. volunteers are there right now. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, marin county. caltrans closed the northbound 101 connector to highway 1 becae of water on the roadway. >>> high tide this morning caused this washout in marin county. caltrans closed the northbound 101 connector to highway 1 because of water on the roadway. this week we'll be seeing some of the highest tides of the year. what's called king tides happens on thursday when the gravitation national pull on the moon is greatest. >>> black friday deals are fading from memories but not for consumers' whose orders were canceled. what happens when you don't get your goods. that and more coming up at 5. >>> third time's the charm for the air force's latest experimental space plane. they are sending the x37b orbital test vehicle on its third test flight today. it's being developed as a reuse al unmanned space vehicle. engineers say it can fly 500 miles above earth at speeds over 17,000 miles an hour. the launch from cape canaveral air force base in florida is planned for 1
information on the suspect or theft are you urged to call the crime stoppers hotline. >>> and if you wake up at three in the morning and feel like hitting the casino now you can. maryland live is open 24-7. the doors were unlocked this morning at eight and it said they will never, ever close again. they believe staying open around the clock and adding table games will help it be a more competitive casino. >> i think the addition of both 24 hours and table games kind of brings the completion as far as allowing maryland to complete with west virginia, pennsylvania and delaware. right now west virginia and delaware get a substantial portion of their revenue from maryland residents leaving the state. keeping that money here and enjoying those dollars here will benefit the state of maryland through taxes. >> the casino doesn't have a solid day for when it'll add table games but they say they should be up and running around early spring. >>> 2012 is almost over so we are looking back. the outstanding student athletes who caught our attention this year. >>> and tax season will be here before you
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happens is to make sure our network is running. but we also have a number of hotline numbers available for the police department rtion for the local agencies to contact us if they need some adistance from us in case some of their own systems do go down and we have our own infrastructure to support them as well. >> all right, thank you. i think this is an opportunity for us to open it up for questions and answers. i think we have some folks with microphones right over there, there's a gentleman. >> you talked a lot about network and grid resiliency. how do you guys approach your op center in context of resiliency of operations in terms of something like this ?oo ?a would you mind remeeting that one more time. >> you talked a lot about your grid and the resiliency. it's something we look at all the time if the ship sinks, who is the back up guy in charge. how do you guys approach that stuff. >> i'll go ahead and cover at least for pg&e. in terms of our emergency centers and understanding what's happening there, we have our primary emergency center here in san francisco. we have on
, is it real or is it fake? >> and a reminder, if you have a consumer problem or question, call our hotline 1-888-5-helps- u. volunteers are there right now. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> we have more generous donations coming in. we continue with our "food for bay area families" food drive and with us we have two very special generous guests in the studio today. we have julia gilman first with second harvest food bank and then we also have kimmi richie and you have a big check for us today. and it was all through dodgeball. >> yes. we did a charity dodgeball tournament in november and we picked four local charities to raise money for and brought companies together to play dodgeball for sunday afternoon and we raised a ton of money for the charities including the second harvest food bank. >> let's turn the check around and see how much we're given. $14,836.25! >> cheers! >> so this obviously helps a lot of families. >> absolutely. we're serving nearly a quarter million individuals in santa clara and san mateo counties each month so this will really help our agency network and our program to make
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for sabrina or another child that is waiting please call the special adoption hotline, and that number is 1-88-to-adopt me. >>> some students got help picking out presents thanks to local police officers. montgomery police officers teamed up with kids for the annual shop with a copy vent. the students each had $100 to pick out presents for their families. and police say this is a way to connect with people living in the community. >> reaching out to the children at such an early age, hopefully we can bridge the gap to where there is no type of dissension between the department and the community. >> the cards were donated by target through the heroes and helpers program, and a program making an impact in the community. >> i did that with a different school, and good kids. >> taking care of their families. >> a little something for everybody in the 7-day forecast, and even for those of us that like a little snow in our lives, did you get chips for the party? nope. cheese plate? cheese plate...nope. i made something better. ♪ you used the oven? boom ♪ [ male announcer ] pillsbury crescents
officials say they need today to cleanup and arrange for temporary classrooms. the school hotline will have an updated message this afternoon. >>> 6:36. traffic and weather together, next on the abc7 morning news. take you outside for a live look at the bay bridge toll, which is starting to back up. sue hall will have traffic and the reasons for this and mike nicco will check your forecast. , simple traffic violation leading to high speed pursuit. >>> welcome back. next system well offshore high clouds during the afternoon hours high clouds and sunshine temperatures close to where they should be. now, the final storm in this unsettled pattern comes in tomorrow into wednesday light to moderate rain thursday extended period of dry weather will begin. >>> east shore freeway past golden gate fields, where 580 and 80 merge speeds 45 to 50 miles an hour towards the macarthur maze then slow further going into the bay bridge toll with speeds of 20 miles an hour. caltrain delay of 10 minutes northbound train 102, san francisco accident north 101 at third still blocking right lane peninsula north 101
classrooms, the school hotline will have a message this afternoon on whether classes can resume tomorrow. >>> san francisco public works crews will be out this morning cleaning up remaining debris left by yesterday's storm. crews worked into the night. trees fell -- crews with the department of public works worked overtime to tackle 40 calls of downed trees and branches, power pole ed in the sunset district on 39th and moraga. in front of the northern -- northern police station in the western addition significant street flooding. viewerser pictures, thank you so much. mudslide blocking traffic on highway 84 t that road was cleared last night. this photo shows the ashby tunnel in berkeley flooded over with drain water. if you have taken good weather photos we would like to see them. e-mail them to us at ureport. >>> with more rain expected this week, stay with abc7 news for continuing storm watch coverage. you can track the systems any time with live doppler 7 hd at abc7news.com. >>> new this morning, highway patrol in oakland has two drivers in custody following a pair of overnight vehic
should be mailing out crime watch information and witness hotlines. >> the message they should be sending is your police department is depleting scene getting worse. our response times are going up. crime is going. moral has plummeted. we have another six officers that walked out the door just this week. nine more officers are going to be resigning by the end of this month, and this is the type of thing the city sends out. it is just insult to injury >> it is another example of the animosity of city hall and its police officers over pension reform. citizens like eddie gail says it is high time the two sides settle their differences. >> i'm not saying she is right or wrong or this the officers are right or wrong. i am saying there needs to be respect on both sides. >> reporter: delay do have an internal affairs unit where officers investigate officers. reporting live in san jose, len ramirez, cbs 5. >>> in richmond, police are telling people to keep an eye out for this guy. investigators say this is the same suspect from two different kidnappings and rapes. police also think he tried to at
is and quite frankly it's where taxpayer money can be saved. >>reporter: since the whistle blower hotline established in 1993 5 26 case worth 31 million sdlars resulted in reprimand, termination about or conviction. in sacramento, abc 7 news. >> well the city of lafayette putting repair from the last storm on fast track tonight. rate now the construction firm cc myers is working to repair mountain view drive. road was undermined by a rapidly running creek during the storm on december 2nd. all the rain we had. company was brought in after the city council declared local emergency when learning that would it take public works crews months to make repair. firm says it will work 24 hours a day to fix the road. they hope to finish the work by christmas which would be a huge thrill to folks living in the area of lafayette. company cc myers has done a lot of emergency repair work for the state over the years. able to beat the deadline. >> let's talk about the weather spencer is here. not a lot of rain but certainly cooling off. >> it is cooling off. we are going to get a little rain and
was working on the crisis hotline helping suicide people. he wasn't interested in helping other people but that is what they do. eric was feigning a normal life but different things going on inside there. >> host: who was cathy berdahl? >> guest: cathy bruno was the christian martyr who believed in god. it became one of the biggest stories in columbine and one of the biggest redemption stories and there are a lot of great redemption stories in columbine and i try to go through a lot of them in the book. that particular one didn't happen and it was a misunderstanding, because the story went that cathy was hiding underneath a table and dylan came up and asked her if she believed in god at that point and she said yes and then was killed and it became a huge christian martyr worldwide. there was sort of a following of her. it turned out there were two girls in the library involved. what happened with cathy is she was hiding underneath the table praying for her life. eric walked up to the table, whacked it with his hand and said he could do, because the shotgun under the lip of the table an
community services so that people can be reported. that there is a 24/7 hotline for people who are unstable and, for example, that the principal might have reported the incident that happened a couple days before and have somebody to investigate. we don't have those services now. and that is something that we need to develop. >> dr. susan lipkin and ken trump, thank you for talking with me this morning. we certainly appreciate your insight. as wolf mentioned a few moments ago, we're waiting for this news conference. the connecticut state police have been doing a great job coming up to update us. we are expecting it between 11:00 a.m. eastern time and 11:30. >>> ahead, we'll take a closer look at this killer and answer the question that many are asking, which is why. that's straight ahead. we're back in just a moment. mm . and cut! very good. people are always asking me how we make these geico adverts. so we're taking you behind the scenes. this coffee cup, for example, is computer animated. it's not real. geico's customer satisfaction is quite real though. this computer-animated coffee tast
in allowing us to go forward. the bill cleared the hotline on the democratic side some time ago and we've worked with a number of our republican colleagues to address many legitimate concerns. so imagine my disappointment at this, the closing hour, that i learned that there is a new republican hold blocking this bill at the very last minute. mr. president, you've been to africa. you know what we're facing there. this is a continent which is emerging in the 21st century in a way that we never imagined. it's surprising to some to learn that when they try to project forward where the economic growth in the world will occur in the next 10 or 20 years, 60% of that growth will be in africa. many people still view it in a stereotypical context of some backward continent of people with limited resources and limited ability. nothing could be further from the truth. africa is going to emerge in the 21st century. the question is: will the united states be there as a trading partner, sharing not only our goods and services but our values? we ought to take heed to the fact that the chinese are ther
the entire state of maryland and you will be connected to a mental health hotline where there are trained professionals to help you sort out what kind of resources are available for your loved one or yourself, if you feel you're approaching a mental health crisis, whether or not you have health insurance. >> the number is 211. ann booker givens, thank you for coming in and helping us disspell some of these myths. we appreciate it. >> thank you, shawn. >>> this is expected to be a tough year for the flu and claimed the life of a young child in maine. the victim was healthy and the death of a healthy child is extremely rare. it's been years since a child in maine died from the flu. the child's death is prompting people to go out and get vaccinated. >>> how do you know if you have a flew? symptoms include a fever, cough, headache, runny nose and fatigue. children under the age of five, pregnant women and the elderly are at high risk and the best way to prevent the flu is to get vaccinated. >>> and you know it's not bad. it didn't feel too bad. >> and kind of like that mid-50 range and partly
agent who visited as his girlfriend to monitor his progress. >> i did have a hotline to her, too, so if i got caught in a dangerous situation, i could get ahold of her, and the deal was they would have me out of there in 24 hours. >> they had your back. >> they had my back. >> at least that's what you thought. >> that's what i thought. >> when keane's mission began, it was all about him, his shot at freedom. he had few feelings, if any, about trisha reitler or her family. all he wanted was to get in and out with trisha's location and as fast as possible. day one. breakfast in the mess hall. jimmy zeroed in on larry hall. >> i was waiting with my tray and i look over and there he is, 20, 25 feet away from me, sitting there all by himself. it felt like a magnet was compelling me to come to him. and finally i bumped shoulders with him on purpose. >> jimmy explained he was a brand new inmate needing directions to the library. hallobliged. >> i contained of slapped him on the shoulder and i said, thanks a lot. i appreciate that from a cool guy like you. >> after that they occasionally tal
waiting, call our special adoption hotline, 1-88-to-adopt-me, or go to nbcwashington.com and search wednesday's child. >> good for them. >>> coming up next, the popular liquid packets do a lot more than flavor your water. >>> jimmy fallon gets creative with mariah carey. >>> veronica, what is up with the weather? >> it's going to be really getting cold tonight. mid-40s north of d.c. right now. mid-50s south of d.c. remington, virginia, 48 by 7:00. 32 by morning. and the forecast for this upcoming weekend, a little bit of a change that you might want >>> a judge rules today that a fairfax county woman has to pull part of a negative review she posted online about a man who did repair work at her home. >> the case has caught the attention of a lot of people who use sites like yelp, angie's list, trip adviser. jackie bensen is live at the fairfax county courthouse to tell us what happened in court today. >> reporter: wendy, the judge ruled that jane perez can post about her home repairs all she wants. but she cannot imply that her contractor stole from her. >> series of them. she had te
want to tell the fbi about it, right? >> i d.id. i went to the hotline i had for the fbi girl. i called, got a message. it was after hours. >> so jimmy told them to come get him, the map and the falcons. his answers to trisha reitler's parents' prayers were just hours away. >> i thought i had wrapped it up. >> expected the troops to come marching in. >> expected them to come marching in. it didn't work out that way. >> the fbi contact didn't get his voicemail. and the chief contact was on vacation. >> you felt kind of full of yourself, didn't you? >> i did. i thought, 24 hours is when they'll have me out of there. i have what they need. this is it. so i went across to his cell here. >> impulsively, jimmy decided he couldn't leave prison without giving his fake friend a piece of his mind. >> the repulse sieiveness that felt the whole time i had to e pretend to be his friend, i felt i had to unload on him. i said, you know, i'll be going home tomorrow, larry. you're a crazy killer, and i started calling him everything you can think of. >> with that, jimmy returned to his cell and waited
it has a program in place to deal with bullies and an anti bullying hotline. >> the nation is one step closer to emergency texting, at&t, verizon and t mobile have agreed to relay text messages to 911 centers. they cover 90% of the population and have signed onto provide the service by may of 2014. right now only a handful of call centers are able to receive texts. the trials are already underway but it's not clear how many centers will be upgraded by 2014. >>> alameda is pioneering what some say is a hackathon and it's called the apps challenge 2012. it's the theme of the event aimed to create software apps that address community needs. it starts at 8:30 and goes until six tonight at the castro valley library. the grand prize will be awarded to the most creative and practical application can. the general admission is $15. >> the starter from last season will be wearing a different uniform next year. the pitcher has agreed to a two year, 15 and a half million dollar contract with the diamondbacks. he still has to take a physical before the deal is official. at least one doctor said he
. now, there is a number for parents to call for updates. it's the district's school closure hotline. that number is (415)712-4751. now, that letter indicated that parents would get an update later on today. that would be monday afternoon. so they can call that number to see if their closures will be still in place for tomorrow. but the principal is hopeful they will continue school on tuesday. live in fairfax, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >>> flood warnings for the napa river were canceled yesterday afternoon. residents prepared for the worst with sandbags. heavy rainstorms brought the water level within three feet of going over its banks. >>> the russian river in guerneville over the weekend, flood warnings were canceled. the river crested at 16 feet just about an hour ago. the highest recorded flooding in guerneville occurred in 1986 when the river reached 49 feet. >>> conditions are dangerous on the roads out there. three firefighters recovering after a major crash. the accident happened on highway 24 in orinda. the firefighters were helping victims of another crash when an suv flipped
, d.c., reed wilson, editor-in-chief of the national hotline. it's good to have you here. you were listening to this. how important is it to make sure that the governors around the country and particularly this six, why they were chosen, making sure that the governors are on board with any plan going forward as we try to negotiate the back and forth negotiationses between the right and the white house? >> well, it's because the governors feel this budget shortfall. they are planning for as they are going through their budget process, is that money that i'm earmarking for education or transportation or whatever is happening in the state actually going to be there when the time comes for me to spend it or are we going to have to call the state legislatures back in session and make these cuts across the board? it's always a pretty traumatic when a legislature has to come back and revise a budget and sort of account for money that is not there when you expected it to be there. that's why getting these governors on board is really important. i actually sat down with a lot of them at the
the smoking rate in this country. >> now, freedom said after that campaign the smoking cessation hotlines were ringing off the hook it was certainly a very effective campaign. harris? >> harris: elizabeth prann reporting live tonight from our bureau in atlanta. thank you very much. in syria. two generals have abandoned their government. adding to the dozens who already have defected since the bloody uprising began nearly two years ago. and the surfer who fought a shark and survived. it's all ahead inside "the fox report." [ male announcer ] this december, remember -- you can stay in and share something... or you can get out there and actually share something. ♪ the lexus december to remember sales event is on. this is the pursuit of perfection. a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis sympto. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief fo
. a hotline number to anybody needing therapy, counseling over the phone. also, this is key. all of the weapons were apparently found inside the school near the body of the shooter. at least three weapons. there's been good evidence for a motive for the shooting that was found at the victim's home that he apparently shared with his mother, where he has apparently, before going to the school and opening fire on all those children, killed his mother by firing on her at point-blank range. also, evidence that he forced his way into the elementary school after speculation that, perhaps, he had been buzzed in. and that finally, the sole survivor in the shooting, one person survived, that shooting. will be crucial to the investigation going forward. she is doing fine. obviously, will have valuable evidence for police going forward. i'm elizabeth vargas in new york. we'll have all the latest, continuing throughout the day, right here on abc news. and stay tuned for the latest on this tragedy to "world news" with david muir. >>> it should never have happened to our children. they were ver
to help them, and we had tone up two call centers to take calls. 128% increase in calls on hour hotline because of hurricane sandy. the system that works in a normal time didn't in terms of how people -- especially when you hatt had emergency changes to polling places, clearly better emergency prepareds in can but the states were hamstrung by the law. in those states almost every voter had to vote on election day. no early voting in new jersey and new york, the states hardest hit so you had the week before, in other states you might have -- in north carolina significant number of the electorate already voted. so in both states ex-if if you cast a provisional ballot, it doesn't count at all. fortunately the state at the last minute had executive orders that opened that up. but how much education they were able get to out when people were just trying to unbury their lives and didn't have electricity and power. so allowing people who cast provisional ballots would have provided more flexibility, understanding ahead of time so people knew they could have gone to another precinct and voted a
? >> it could be but we're not there yet. >> reporter: you all had a hotline. told me about that. >> we both decided there were going to be times that we needed to call each other immediately and not go through staff and it was so urgent when that phone ra rang, we knew we had to take it right away. i never got a busy signal when i called. >> we used it the morning of 9/11. >> reporter: did you really? >> i said, hey, tom, we better get out of here. >> and the anthrax attacks, too. >> and staff didn't like it when we would talk. sometimes i would get up from my desk and go into the back door of tom's office and we would talk. i mean, it's a little thing but sometimes for leaders, well, i don't want to do that. it looks like i'm conceding to him. >> we would also have these balance c balcony moments. >> reporter: kind of like this. >> exactly. >> reporter: do you think republicans should just understand or add mit that they are going to have to raise rates for americans? >> there will come a moment when the speaker is going to have to make a decision on that and they need to do it in concert.
by a domestic partner every year. 85% of them are women. the domestic violence hotline receives 22,000 calls every month. gun violence is not all that common. the debate over those costas remarks, whether he was out of line or he was on the mark in just a couple minutes right here. as lawmakers face off over the nation's fiscal crisis. to claim the president's insistence on raising taxes on the wealthy is not about money or tackling our debt or deif i side --our debt or deficit issut about embarrassing republicans. >> you saw secretary geithner over the weekend on sunday shows very clearly express the president's position, talked about the proposal the president has put forward and express our belief that there has been progress and that we can achieve a bipartisan agreement. making vague promises about achieving revenue through capping deductions or closing loopholes simply doesn't add up to a serious proposal. we haven't heard which deductions they would cap or which loopholes they would close. megyn: guy benson is a fox news contributor. we are hearing from the gop side, that this was not
or hotel? >> these two had something interesting. they actually had a hotline. they had one phone line that went from senator to senator. the staff didn't know about it and they met secretly on balc y balconies to work it out without anyone around. >> i'm picturing smoke signals and a bat signal. thank you very much from the hill. we are getting new details on the man behind the shooting rampage in oregon and the tragic, tragic aftermath of his rage. coming up next, how the shooter's ex-girlfriend describes him and his final days before the tragedy. welcome to chevy's year-end event. so, the 5.3-liter v8 silverado can tow up to 9,600 pounds? 315 horsepower. what's that in reindeer-power? [ laughs ] [ pencil scratches ] [ male announcer ] chevy's giving more. get the best offer of the year -- 0% apr financing for 60 months plus $1,000 holiday bonus cash. plus trade up for an additional $1,000 trade-in allowance. hurry. bonus cash ends january 2nd. how they'll live tomorrow. for more than 116 years, ameriprise financial has worked for their clients' futures. helping millions of american
i know what's wrong. >> you have a hotline, but you also have a device that i can use at home. >> yes. and it's called the light keeper pro. it belongs in everyone's christmas toolbox. you can scan a light set and it will help you find a loose or missing bulb or loose wire. where it stops beeping is where the problem is. >> this particular strand, half of it is working, half is not. >> you can find a loose bulb andskin and that beeping tells us there's power. this side, no power. power, no power. so i'm going to fool with this one, and sure enough, this bulb happened to be loose. now we're back in business. that is the most common problem with a light set. one bulb burns out, the current can't get through to the rest of the set and the entire section wasn't working. so rather than throw it away, now you can keep this light set working for years. >> i have a confession. this is the back of the tree. as you can see, we have several -- we have a ball of bad lights right here and a ball of bad lights down here. half the strands are working. i want to see if you can fix them. >> mo
a wrong number for the hotline. they fielded lots of calls and decided to help with the search for santa. this year. they can track santa's practice at norad.org which has more than two dozen games for the children to play. >> they have tracker p apps for the iphone users and follow them on twitter for the latest updates and watch him hop from continent to continent with google maps and google earth >>> music can put people in a festive mood. here is photojournalist fifield who is using music to soothe the sick. >> it is never a good time to be in the hospital: it brings up a lot of issues. not just for the patient but for the whole family. >> we can play a wonderful role with the music. and it is tied into the holidays. >> music therapies is one of the few therapies where the side effects are all good. >> ♪ don't give up. never going to give up ♪ >> we do a lot of song writing. and that's a wonderful medium for patients to be able to send a message to loved ones. >> ♪ >> the day i saw him. he was in a lot of pain. very depressed and shut down. at the end of working on that song.
lines, actually, joe, when i was at "hotline," i love the hotline except i can't let my kids read it anymore during the impea impeachment thing because it got racy. >> it was a little racy. >> the split in the republican party, though, is going to be between folks like you, joe, back in the day who are worried about their districts. and then you do have what -- if you've noticed, the republican governors that want to run for president, the senators that want to run for president, anybody that's got to run statewide frankly anywhere are the ones talking about oh, just cut the deal on taxes already and get this over with. and then let's have another conversation. >> yeah. you know, chuck, though, also, there was this poll out yesterday that said democrats believe in santa claus more than republicans. i can tell you republicans believe more in santa claus than they believe that you're going to get cuts from a congress in the future. so it's not just that my voters supported me for holding a hard line on taxes. it's what i believe. i never believe, democrats or republicans equally, wi
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